Flashcards in Clinical Assessment Deck (21):
Long narrow face
Short, broad face
Long and narrow
Short and wide face
Point between the eyebrows
Point under the nose.
Most inferior part of the chin.
Where the frontal and nasal bones meet, just under the glabella.
Porion to Orbitale
Frankfort Horizontal Plane
How do we determine Pro or retrognathism in a patient?
The line from nasion to mention should be perpendicular to the Frankfort Horizontal, then look to see if the maxilla or mandible is anterior or posterior to that line.
Nasion to subnasale is what percent?
Subnasale to menton is what percent?
Lips are touching when you swallow.
This lip tone creates puckered lips.
A line drawn from the tip of the nose to the chin.
E (Esthetic Line)
Cant of the upper lip should be....
Inclined forward relative to the vertical orientation of the face.
14 degrees plus/minus 8 degrees
Name of the angle between the columella of the nose and philtrum of the lip.
What do you do to the incisors if the patient has a retrusive upper lip?
Procline them; Do NOT retract the upper incisors.